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Non-football signees shared the spotlight on National Signing Day

Posted at 10:46 PM, Feb 04, 2021
and last updated 2021-02-04 22:46:59-05

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — National Signing Day 2021 is over, and while Wednesday was clearly focused on football, it wasn't all about football. There were a lot of non-football signees who made things official Wednesday.

At St. John Paul II in Tallahassee, Elizabeth Zedacke, a track and field stand-out, will run for Belmont Abbey next year. At Valwood, volleyball stand-out Kennedy Kimbro won a state title to wrap up her senior year, so signing to play collegiate volleyball? A Nice cherry on top for the year. Kimbro is headed to Columbia College.

Mac McRae not going too far from home for college. He's going to play baseball at West Georgia, a next step he's excited for.

"It's something I've worked really hard at," he said Wednesday. "I've put a lot of time into baseball and then you had corona and everything, I was going to a bunch of colleges but you had restrictions because of Covid so Shippy helped me along the way but it feels good to sign with West Georgia and I'm just happy about that overall."

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